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Numeric Condition

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The numeric condition is used for filtering on numeric attributes. This can include both integers and floats.

Basic Usage

1NumericCondition::make('age');

This condition has an id of age, is applied against a column of age, and has a display value to the end user of "Age".

By default, the NumericCondition only allows integers through the validation process. If you would like to allow floats, you can call allowFloats:

1NumericCondition::make('age')
2 ->allowFloats();
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Validation

The numeric condition uses Laravel's numeric validator under the hood, which itself delegates to PHP's is_numeric.

If you have not called allowFloats(), then the Laravel integer rule is also applied.

Clauses

Below you'll see all of the clauses available on the NumericCondition.

To read more general information about clauses, head over to the clauses page.

CLAUSE_EQUALS

The attribute is equal to the user's input.

CLAUSE_DOESNT_EQUAL

The attribute is not equal to the user's input.

CLAUSE_GREATER_THAN

The attribute is greater than the user's input.

CLAUSE_GREATER_THAN_OR_EQUAL_TO

The attribute is greater than or equal to the user's input.

CLAUSE_LESS_THAN

The attribute is less than the user's input.

CLAUSE_LESS_THAN_OR_EQUAL_TO

The attribute is less than or equal to the user's input.

CLAUSE_BETWEEN

The attribute is between the two values that the user has entered.

CLAUSE_SET

The attribute is not null.

CLAUSE_NOT_SET

The attribute is null.